French Horn Rebellion – Classical Baby (Single)
6 October | | stream

Funky, refreshing, and overall exciting music is hard to come by. However, Brooklyn duo French Horn Rebellion bring just that on their latest single, Classical Baby. This dance ready tune is perfect for any occasion (i.e. impromptu dance party, picnic, you name it). Head below to stream Classical Baby and look out for their 7-track EP, Foolin’ Around, to release next month.

Marcus Alan Ward – Black Magic Woman (Cover)
20 September | | stream

Drop what you’re doing and listen to Cleveland’s Marcus Alan Ward add his personal touch to Carlos Santana’s classic, Black Magic Woman. Premiered by both The 405 and All Things Go, this is the first of three covers set to appear on his forthcoming EP. Let MAW take you on a trip and stream Black Magic Woman below.

Oshan ft. Krue – Dafty (Single)
16 September | | stream

Having listened to Australian producer Oshan for a while now, I knew I had to write about Dafty as soon as it dropped. After hitting play, Oshan’s synths and Krue’s glorious vocals immediately had me entranced. Even while writing this article, I couldn’t stop grooving in my seat. Be sure to keep an eye on Oshan because he’s just getting started. Head below to listen to Dafty and snag a free download.

Mexico City Blondes – First Cut (Single)
15 September | | stream

Santa Barbara’s Mexico City Blondes have returned with a new EP and it’s splendid. Opening track, First Cut, delivers punchy bass lines, uplifting riffs, and dreamy vocals. I’m definitely keeping this one on repeat. If you’re digging the rest of their EP, be sure to support Mexico City Blondes by purchasing it on iTunes.

Louis The Child ft. K. Flay – It’s Strange (Single)
10 September | | stream

Chicago-based production duo Louis The Child is ridiculous. Their blend of minimalistic future bass joins forces with K. Flay on new single It’s Strange, and the results is stunning. While Louis The Child submerges listeners in synth work reminiscent of Flume’s, K. Flay’s vocals meticulously wander their sonic landscape. No wonder EA Sports chose this to be on the new FIFA 2016 soundtrack. Stream It’s Strange below and purchase it on iTunes HERE.

Kelela – Rewind (Single)
9 September | | stream

After the original May 5th release was pushed back, Kelela’s highly anticipated Hallucinogen EP will now be available on October 9th. To celebrate the good news, she took to Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 show to premiere a new single. Featuring production from Kingdom, Girl Unit, and Obey City, Rewind reeks of 90’s style R&B while simultaneously sounding like a lullaby from the future with Kelela’s angelic vocals in the mix. You should be even more excited for her EP after hearing this one.

Preorder: Kelela – Hallucinogen EP

Marcus In Wonderland (Teaser)
1 September | | stream

After a quiet first half of 2015, Cleveland’s Marcus Alan Ward is gearing up to release new music any day now. Get ready for MAW’s forthcoming 3-track cover EP with a short video teaser featuring a snippet of his take on Carlos Santana’s classic, Black Magic Woman. Stay tuned, the full single drops on September 14th.

Pomo – How I Feel (Video)
29 August | | stream

Check out the latest NSFW visual from Vancouver-based producer Pomo. Taken from his debut EP, the video for How I Feel is one step away from being softcore porn. It even features an appearance from the man, Ron Jeremy. Watch it above and hit the link to purchase Pomo’s The Other Day EP.

Buy: Pomo – The Other Day EP

Penthouse Penthouse ft. Bobby Saint – 69′ Camaro (Single + Video)
26 August | | stream

L.A. production duo Penthouse Penthouse recruited Bobby Saint to lend vocals to their latest summertime anthem, 69′ Camaro. The funky single borrows a sample from Mukai Shutoku’s Dandy In Love, resulting in a smooth, G-funk influenced tune that’s perfect for riding around town with the top down. Listen to 69′ Camaro below and check out the Noisey-premiered video while you’re at it.

Bonus: Penthouse Penthouse ft. Bobby Saint – 69′ Camaro (Video)

Tecs Evergreen – If Only Then (Album)
21 August | | stream

New York-based producer and multi-instrumentalist Tecs Evergreen just released the follow up to his severely slept on 2014 debut LP, Overtones. Released via Dusty International, Evergreen’s If Only Then LP is even more polished and fluid than his last. Featuring thirteen tracks and a guest appearance from vocalist Brooke Manning, his production is more dense and intricate than ever. Highly recommended listening for fans of BSBD, BMB Spacekid, Dream Koala, Fwdslxsh, Prefuse 73, etc.

Buy: Tecs Evergreen – If Only Then (Album)

Prince Innocence – Manic (Single)
19 August | | stream

Toronto two-piece Prince Innocence caught my attention back around the New Year with their hypnotic single, I Don’t Care. As if the original wasn’t good enough, they went on to release a remixed version featuring vocals from Kilo Kish. Fast forward to this week and Prince Innocence are riding the high from new single, Manic, which was premiered by The Fader. Listen to the entrancing Manic below and stay tuned for their forthcoming Easy Life EP.

Swim Team – Swim Team Trax 2 (Compilation)
18 August | | stream

Since releasing their first compilation, Swim Team Trax 1, last fall, NYC-based producer collective Swim Team have seen many members go on to put out solo projects. Last week, the crew released Swim Team Trax 2, which features contributions from Color Plus, Rambow, AceMo, Kanyon, rapper Izy, and more. Head below to stream the compilation and hit the link to purchase a limited edition cassette tape while they’re still available.

Buy: Swim Team – Swim Team Trax 2 (Compilation)